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It looks like a stand alone dvd player from the picture and there is no sound power so to speak for those units just a left and right audio signal ( Red and White ) Yellow is for video of course. Make sure you have the red and white audio OUT going into the INPUT of your power ( your main radio ) and as long as your radio is working correctly you should have sound. Some of those stand alone units come with a 3.5 mm or 1/8 jack and you have to make sure which is audio and which is video and get them to the right inputs of your radio. if that doesn't work check your radio am/fm or cd player and if sound works with them it is probably not getting the audio signal correctly. Good Luck !
I just solved this problem on my Ford Edge 2010. Start the dvd. Hit the FM button on the remote. It will pop up an FM radio frequency in the top left corner of the screen. For example, ours is 88.7. Tune the car radio to that frequency and the sound should come through the speakers. Hope it works for you.
I have a 2005 with DVD - but do not have the wireless headphones. I use the AUX button on the front radio to switch between FM/AM/and the DVD Player. I do have headphones jacks in the roof console by the DVD player, but have never used them.